Researchers have used human skin cells to create what is believed to be the first cerebral organoid system for studying sporadic Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.
Researchers are using gene editing, RNA interference, and other advanced techniques to combat citrus greening or huanglongbing.
Researchers identified genes that may help farmers breed chickens that can resist Newcastle disease.
Researchers identified 200 E. coli strains, about half of which were resistant antimicrobials, in manure, air, and horse nostrils at Polish riding centers.
Eleven New South Wales (NSW) poultry facilities and a Victorian egg layer farm have detected Salmonella since late last year due to a targeted program of testing and surveillance.
The number of people in Uganda who may have been exposed to carriers of the Ebola virus has expanded from eight to at least 27.
Median estimates from the three datasets analyzed suggest at least half of all Ebola virus disease spillover events (possibly as many as 83 percent) have gone undetected.
Since their introduction, pandemic bonds have not paid out to affected nations and have faced criticisms for their structure.
Researchers found a gene that gives Salmonella resistance to antibiotics of last resort in a sample taken from a patient in the United States. This is the first evidence that the mcr-3.1 gene has made it into the US.
Researchers identified an experimental antiviral drug that cures mice infected with Bourbon virus. Favipiravir is approved in Japan but not the US.